DPHIL


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AcronymDefinition
DPHILDoctor of Philosophy (some use DPhil Instead of PhD)
DPHILDelta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc
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To assess whether salaries differ by gender among a relatively homogeneous cohort of physician researchers, Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and colleagues surveyed 1,729 physician recipients of the National Institutes of Health K08 and K23 career development awards from 2000 to 2003.
He boasts a Cambridge PhD, an interdisciplinary DPhil, a Masters in philosophy and mathematics and a Batchelor's in computer science, and has worked at seats of learning including South Africa's Stellenbosch University.
I have no doubt that the normal criteria on submissions have been subverted and that there are far, far more qualified candidates for a DPhil," said Moussavi.
2006 DPhil in physical geography and Earth system science, University of Oxford
At the time of their separation in 2006, Mr Granatino was studying for a DPhil in biotechnology at Hertford College, Oxford, and Ms Radmacher had amassed a personal fortune from her family's paper company.
W F van Delft, DPhil (Social Work), MA (Clin Psych)
ELIZABETH WASSERMAN, MB ChB, MMed (Microbiol Path), FCPath (SA), DPhil (Social Science Methods) Professor and Head, Division of Medical Microbiology, Department of Pathology, Stellenbosch University and NHLS Coastal Branch, Western Cape
Malcolm Rose started writing stories as a means of escape when studying for his chemistry DPhil.
This year I start a part-time DPhil at Oxford investigating business education in the UK.
August 13, 2009, Members Meeting, Location TBA Impact of Spiritual Well-Being on Violence in HIV Positive Individuals by Ardyce Ridolfo, DPhil, MSN, RN, GNP-BC Sponsored Dinner
Hassan studied Shari'ah law in Yemen and is a holder of a DPhil in Law from Oxford University.
Hassan studied Shariah law in Yemen and is a holder of a DPhil in Law from Oxford University.